Whether Koblenz is worth travelling? Even more than once! Our city at the confluence of Moselle and Rhine is situated in the most multifaceted holiday region of Germany. It offers some impressive adventures: historic monuments rising from breathtaking landscapes, vivid art in a frame of great culture and manifold possibilities for delicious restaurants and sporting activities.
You would like to experience Koblenz with all your senses? Wonderful – Hotel Brenner is the perfect starting point. Start after a rich breakfast with lots of energy and good mood into an adventurous day. Be inspired – anticipation is explicitly welcome!
Promenade from “Deutsches Eck“ along the Rhine or Moselle to the Electoral Palace and enjoy the impressive architecture and garden landscaping. Then get lifted above the Rhine valley by the cable car to the fortress Ehrenbreitstein or discover the historic center with its narrow alleyways, restaurants and shops.
When the day draws to a close, consider going to the city theater of Koblenz. The programme is at least as interesting as the rococo style of the building. Not only the events at Café Hahn but also the famous wine festivals and wine tastings along the Moselle offer a lot of potential for unforgettable evenings. For the following days you can explore the World Cultural Heritage Central Rhine with its castles and palaces at the Lahn valley or make an excursion to the Eifel Region with its maars, the Nürburgring, Maria Laach or the cold water geyser in Andernach. You won’t run out of possibilities.
You love to enjoy culinary highlights? We do as well! The restaurants and winemakers around Koblenz have a lot to offer. Whether it is classic German kitchen with its rustic ambience of a historic wine cellar or an extraordinary culinary delight – find some of our recommendations in our link list.
Sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts can find a range of activities from hiking the “Rheinsteig” or through the Mid-range Mountains and feeling like in paradise in the middle of one of the most beautiful landscapes of Germany. No wonder that the Rhine valley was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. The “Moselsteig” leads you through the landscape formed by wine cultivation and wonderful nature on the left and right side of the Moselle. Koblenz will even meet the expectations of cyclists, golfers, water sports enthusiasts or motor-cyclists.